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When shopping for clothes, we not only look for great silhouettes, cool details and trendy styles, but also pay great attention to the fabric of an article. After all, the texture of a piece has the ability to improve even the simplest of basics and make it more interesting, and will undoubtedly give your ensembles an unworthy touch. What fabrics are we tending to invest in this year? We looked at the runways in spring (and last fall) to see which fabrics will dominate overall in 2020. From rich leather to luxurious-looking satin, these fabrics already have an important moment in the street style set and will offer you a wealth of opportunities throughout the rest of the year. Scroll down to find the best fabric trends for every budget.
Leather is still one of the biggest fabric trends of 2020. We've seen it in abundance on the S / S and F / W 20 runways, and the fashion audience doesn't seem to get enough of the gorgeous look. Whether you choose colorful leather or versatile neutral colors, it is by far one of the best fabric trends you can invest in this year.
Soft and fuzzy suede, which continues in the leather family, has a big moment in 2020 – inspired by the 70s vibes we've seen all over the runways. We discovered the fabric mainly on skirts and jackets and gave the basics an expensive touch.
Satin is one of our favorite evening fabrics and has a shiny touch that looks elegant and expensive. The shiny fabric was seen in all colors on the runways, from fiery red to muted pastel colors to tonal blue.
If you think dazzling sequins were reserved for Christmas parties only, think again. The runways of the S / S 20 pleasantly surprised us with shine and shine, from colorful sequin suits to metal skirts (paired with simple T-shirts and sandals) to shimmering accessories. The trend also shows no signs of slowing down for fall and winter, as 20 high-gloss parts appear on some of the largest runways in the F / W.
Crochet Fabric is one of the unexpected newcomers of 2020, seen by big designers like Fendi and Ferragamo on the spring catwalks in full force. With the Beatnik fabric, everything fits this year. Wear it in all colors, as a dress, as a separate item or as part of a suitable set.
This year it's all about denim that exudes an upcycling atmosphere. If they look like they could have been pulled straight from a second-hand store, you've hit the trend.
Next, you will see six trends worth investing in.